The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on July 27, 1974 · Page 28
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 28

Dover, Ohio
Issue Date:
Saturday, July 27, 1974
Page 28
Start Free Trial

Page 28 article text (OCR)

D C The TIMES-REPORTER -0 Sat., July 27,1974 DOVER-NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO MR. AND MRS. DALE HICKS Stropky-Mitchell photo Furbay and Hicks When Linda Furbay became the bride of Dale Hicks, she wore a nylon organza gown with scoop, ruffled neckline, flounced hemline, circular, chapel train and peau'd ange lace sleeves and appliques. Rev. Jay Cooper officiated at the double ring ceremony July 7 in First Christian Church at New Philadelphia. Dale Slough was organist and Mrs. Jay Cooper was vocal soloist. Linda is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Furbay of 119 W. Slingluff av., Dover, and Dale's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hicks of 1350 18th st. NE, New Philadelphia. The bride chose her sisters, Janet, Sharon and Joyce Furbay of Dover, as maid of honor and bridesmaids. The bridegroom's sis.ter, Jenifer Hicks ' of New Philadelphia, also was a bridesmaid. Doug Hicks of New Philadelphia served his brother as best man. Ushers were Tim Hicks, the bridegroom's cousin, and Kenneth Robb, both of New Philadelphia, and Rick RiceofOrrville. Another sister of the bride, Diane Furbay, and Joel Hicks, cousin of the bridegroom were flower girl and ringbearer. A reception was in the church fellowship hall and the bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the Dutch Oven Restaurant at New Philadelphia. After a wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, the couple is residing at 202 1st dr. NW, New Philadelphia. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Dover High and a 1974 graduate of Hammel-Actual Business College. Her husband, graduated in 1971 from New Philadelphia High and is employed at Marlite Division of MasoniteCorp. in Dover. Couples plan open church The custom of open church will be observed next weekend for three area weddings. Gale Schlafly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schlafly of 1272 Park Lane dr. NW, and. Frank Limbacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Limbacher of RD 2, all of New Philadelphia, will be married Saturday at 2:30. Rev. Wesley Hunt will officiate at the ceremony in First Baptist Church at New Philadelphia. Music will begin at.2. Peggy Ann Scott, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Fivecoat Scott of Columbus, formerly of Gnadenhutten, and Kenneth Richard Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Reed, also of Columbus, will be married Saturday at 1:30. The ceremony will be in Gnadenhutten United Methodist Church. Music will begin at 1p.m. Sue Storck will become the bride of David W. Knight Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in New Philadelphia First United Church of Christ with Rev. William Huenemann officiating. Music will begin at 7. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Storck of 230 Park av, NW, New Philadelphia, and Mr. and Mrs. David E. Knight of RD 2, West Salem. repeat vow6 rea couples MR. AND MRS. ROBERT COOPER Newton and Cooper Mary Patrice Newton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Newton of RD 2, Dover, and Robert Charles Cooper, son of Mrs. Amelia Cooper of Penns Grove, N.J., were married July 6 in Chillicothe Bible Church with Rev. Harlan Alspach officiating. Ann Mills of Chillicothe was organist for the double ring ceremony. Valerie Perrine of Toledo was cellist and Cole Duffy of Athens, who served as Robert's best man, was vocal soloist. The bride's knit gown was fashioned with bishop sleeves, V-neckline, chapel train and empire bodice accented with venice lace and pearl trim. Mrs. Cole (Christine) Duffy of Athens was Mary's matron of honor and Mrs. Mark (Diana) Hollingsworth of Columbus and Patty Cooper of Penns Grove, the bridegroom's sister, were bridesmaids. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Edith Plummer of North Canton, made the matron of honor's and bridemaids' gowns. Ushers wereTeter Chase of Pomeroy and Kevin Newton of Dover, the bride's brother. Guests were received in the church social hall. The bridegroom's mother hosted a rehearsal dinner in the Holiday Inn at Chillicothe. The newly weds are residing at 217 E. 2nd st., Pomeroy, after a wedding trip to Kentucky and Tennessee. A 1970 graduate of Dover High, the bride was graduated in 1974 from Ohio University with a bachelor of arts in music education degree. She is a music teacher in Gallia County schools. Her husband, a 1969 graduate of Penns Grove High, graduated in 1973 from Ohio University with a bachelor of science in communication degree. He is station manager of radio station WMPO in Middleport. Zot?c is... , . , sharing your ice cream, TM I»B. u.i. fol. OH.—Ml light! ii)»»id ffl W4 by Vot Angtltt Nnm On our cover ...•. Broken fingernails, bleeding knuckles, skinned knees and aching backs are all but forgotten by members of a local card club (and a few of their husbands), as they survey a spot they beautified at Tuscora Park in New Philadelphia. Although the club is a purely social organization with no civic or philanthropic projects and no treasury, the women decided they would like to lend their assistance in the beautif ication of the park. Terraced rocks, constructed during the 1930s as a WPA and CCC project, had become overrun with weeds and water no longer trickled into a pool. The pool itself had disintegrated into a trash-filled mud hole. After having a bake sale to raise funds, the women enlisted the assistance of several business firms and received a pump, cement, plants and other equipment needed for the project. Then came the work... evenings and Saturdays for the next several weeks were spent installing the pump, pulling weeds, cleaning the pool and cementing the floor and spading the area for the flower planting. The result, a lovely spot where vistors at the park can relax and enjoy the view under the shade of the huge trees. When the project was completed the women still had their bake sale receipts. These were spent for a plaque with an appropriate poem and two ceramic frogs. The latter appear very much at home amid the jays, cardinals, sparrows and other birds that come to drink or bath in the water that now spills down over the rocks into the pool. Members of the club are Mrs. Tom (Ellen) Fenton, Mrs. Nick (Shari) Incarnato, Mrs. Len (Jan) Gundy, Mrs. Jim (Pat) Harris, Mrs. John (Carol) Elvin, Mrs. Alan (Debbie) Corwin, Mrs. Gary (Jeri) Brothers, Karen DeMattioand Mrs. Terry (Jackie) Rieger of New Philadelphia, and Mrs. Tom (Joan) Simmelink and Marsha Huff of Dover. Shown on the cover are Mrs. Fenton (left), Mrs. Gundy and Mrs. Incarnato. Keepsake You can't buy a finer diamond ring Th6 gift Of Through the centuries, the diamond has been the traditional gift of love. And today there is no finer diamond than a Keepsake. Every Keepsake engagement center diamond is perfect, pure white and permanently registered. Why settle for less when you can find the best and the best selection at Art's Jewelers Keepsake Diamond Corner Payment plans available also Bank Credit Cards. moriRoe mflu neiu PHILR • coven 'S Keepsake' * JEWELERS DIAMOND* CORNIR Open Monday thru Saturday 10 A.M. to 9 P,M.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page